Next: Bloom, Fix, Pot


Next: Bloom, Fix, Pot

color-649117_640Our next three words for our Community Caregiving Journal are:


You can write about each separately in three separate posts. You can write about all three in one post. You can write sentences using all three words. Or, if you prefer, you can share your prose by leaving a comment, below. In essence, you can write about the words in the way that feels right for you.

Here’s how our Community Caregiving Journal work: Every Wednesday, I’ll post three new words for you to write about. Don’t worry about keeping up every week if that seems too difficult. Just write about any of the words whenever you can. Members of can contribute by writing a blog post. (When you write posts for our Community Caregiving Journey, select “Community Caregiving Journal” as the category.) And, visitors to can contribute by writing in our comments section, below.

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BLOOM, FIX, and POT\r\n Bloom is a word which something is in Bloom from sprouting up from a seed and about to Bloom open. A Flower or a young girl Blooming into a young lady. A Caregiver Blooming into a senior caregiver, not a Freshman Caregiver any more. How long does it take a Caregiver to turn into a Senior Caregiver? I think I'm still a Freshmen caregiver, myself. \r\n Fix is a word to fix something that is broken. Don't try to fix it unless it is broken is a old saying, but true. Fix can mean when someone has their sights fixed on something too. My sights are fixed on becoming a better caregiver to my caree. \r\n Pot means a flower pot, or a cooking pot to cook food in, or a drug nicknamed pot (Marijuana)- let's not go there. My beautiful flower pot that had a porcelin look on the outside was cracking and peeling off the pot because it was left outdoors all winter long. Now I'll have to paint the pot a different color. I may spray paint it red. I have heard the saying, \" You don't have a pot to pee in.\" That means when a person is so poor and can not really fend for themselves. \r\n These are interesting words to write about. I just saw a movie about a teapot. Every time someone got hurt, and providing the teapot was in their poseession, it would spit out a bunch of money. The people that had it would become rich, but they became greedy. There was a book about it at the library where these people lived. There was a BEWARE page the girl tore out. She stuffed it in her bag. Eventually the teapot did not like how they were getting hurt less and less, so they had to find new ways to hurt the other. They hurt each other's feelings, so the teapot started spitting out more money. There was a chinese man seeking the pot. He told the man that had it, it had to be given to him, otherwise it would eventually kill them. So the man and woman had talked about it and decided to return the teapot to this China man. It was sitting on their table and someone they knew came and stole it from them. They had gone after the teapot, but was going to get killed over trying to get it back and these other two men that were looking for the teapot came in and shot the guy that stole it. He and his girlfriend started to shoot back, meanwhile the couple that originally came to get it to return it, hid behind the sofa. While the shooting was going on, the teapot was spitting out all kinds of money. The couple that was hiding came out and found those people dead. They gathered up the money, put it in bags and took the teapot and returned it to the Chinese man whom eventually got rid of the teapot by dropping it into the ocean. The couple gave the house they bought away, the car they bought away, and gave some money away to certain people. It was a good movie. There is a motto there. . . Does anyone know what it is?